Last day for free holiday fun

Carly Cooper helps Erika Stockell building towers.

TOMORROW is the last day to give the kids some free holiday fun.

Cause of Warwick car fire revealed

Fire investigations have revealed the unusual cause of the fire.






Why this kitchen gadget has won my heart...

I HAVE always been a fan of those ‘find everything in your kitchen and chuck it in a frypan’ recipes – or as my former housemate calls it ‘pantry surprise’.

'My twin would be proud': Lauren kicks 33kg in 32 weeks

KICKING GOALS AND KILOS: Grand Finalist in the Rapid Loss weight-loss competition, Hervey Bay's Lauren Kertland is now living life to the fullest.

In 32 weeks Lauren dropped from 94kg to 61kg

WED Sep 28: Kick the Kilos leaderboard

Portrait of athletic mature woman resting after jogging. Beautiful senior blonde woman running at the park on a sunny day. Female runner listening to music while jogging.

NOT too much movement on the Kick the Kilos leaderboard.

Four simple ways to spring-clean your diet

Your mum was right: Eat your vegetables

TUES Sept 27: Kick the Kilos leaderboard

young fitness woman runner running on sunrise road

AND Tweed is back in the game.

MON Sep 26: Kick the kilos leaderboard

The Silhouette of Tweed Heads Local David Tease on the Duranbah Head land after a early morning run up and down the Look out steps to Duranbah beach.

ALL groups are stacking on the kilometres and kicking the kilos.

The perfect breakfast for losing weight

This breakfast tastes so good you won't even notice it's healthy

9000 reasons to support our community clubs

Community clubs are good at what they do. They are not so good at telling the world about what they do, as Clubs Queensland CEO Doug Flockhart explains.

Regency Park's newest additions

NEW NEIGHBOURS: Regency Park is set to get a bit bigger this morning, with eight new units opened.

Regency Park unveils multi-million dollar extension

Volunteers and all that jazz

J&J; INFO CREW: June Stewart, Janet Platz and Ros Keim are volunteers with the mostest.

There's such a jovial mood and this event really puts Warwick on the

Crowds gather for Jumpers and Jazz Festival

QUICK YARN: Sue Jacobsen, Karina Devine and Loretta Grayson take five minutes out of their hectic Jumpers and Jazz schedule for a chat.

There is still plenty to do for the remainder of the festival

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Three sisters on way to Morgan Park eventing

Sullivan sisters coming our way for weekend eventing

Olympic medallist to commentate at Morgan Park

Olympic medallist Wayne Roycroft will be in Warwick this weekend.

Warwick course gets thumbs up from Olympic medallist

Family fights to stop more deaths from rare disease

A charity gold day will be held in honour of Camiras Paul McMahon who died of amyloidosis on November 4 last year.Photo: Contributed

The life-threatening condition you've probably never heard of

'How gorillas changed my life'

Annette Henderson lived and worked with gorillas in the African jungle for more than a year and has written a book about her amazing experience.

Author shares her unbelieveable tale of life deep in the jungle

Brisbane, Gold Coast airports hit by Border Force strikes

Extensive rolling stoppages to start today

5 places hiring in Warwick right now

GET HUNTING: Nab your dream job today.

Nab your dream job today.

Rural properties expected to soar as investors seek income

Rural properties are should become highly sought after

INLAND RAIL: The three studies compared

From left, Inland Rail Implementation Group chairman and former Deputy Prime Minister John Anderson, Australian Rail Track Corporation CEO John Fullerton, and GM Peter Winder. Photo: David Nielsen / The Queensland Times

THE first major inland rail study was completed in 2006.

INLAND: Route against route, town against town

The federal government has awarded the first contracts on the inland rail project as Toowoomba looks to become a logistics hub.  Photo Contributed

Mayor Tracy Dobie says we need the Inland Rail.

Inland Rail: 'We've been frozen out' says Dobie

FUMING: Mayor Tracy Dobie with Lawrence Springborg want more answers from the ARTC.

Lawrence Springborg and Tracy Dobie have lashed out.

Car bursts in to flames

The car burst in to flames on the corner of Wood and Short Sts.

Chevrolet Equinox

2018 Chevrolet Equinox SUV has been revealed, with Holden saying it will be sold in Australia in 2017 as part of its SUV line-up.Photo: Contributed

Holden's new mid-sIZe SUV for 2017 will be based on the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox SUV...

Samsung Family Hub

Jeremy Senior, Head of Home Appliances at Samsung Electronics Australia at the launch of the Samsung Family Hub fridge

Photos from the launch of the Samsung Family Hub fridge

Statewide Blackout after Storms

A lightning show at Lightning St, Calliope.

Lightning strikes take out electricity grid.

Jack Fletcher shows his batting style

Redbacks player Jack Fletcher shows his style in the nets prior to round 1 and...

Warwick Cowboys rodeo organiser plans for October 7

Warwick Cowboys rodeo organiser Don Browne talks about rodeo on October 7

The pickle to get you out of any culinary pickle

Get your Cucumber Apple seeds with the paper today.

THIS cucumber is the cool hipster cousin of the regular cucumber.

The Coast's worst tattoos: Hundreds vie for free fix

Tattoo artist Jeffrey Robinson has been overwhelmed by the number of bad tattoos sent to him.

Tattoo artist offering free cover up for tattoo voted the worst

Gladstone hairdresser drops 60kg for big day

Bridie Immoos and Michael Ritchie wed at Agnes Water on September 24.

Bride sheds 60kg ahead of big wedding day.

Massive auction expected to have tradies in 'Hilux heaven'

Hassalls general manager Steve Walls is promising bidders \"Hilux heaven\".

“HILUX HEAVEN” is heading to our region, auctioneers are promising.

Suicide rate reaches 10-year high

Eight people per day last year took their own life

December arrival for Holden's new $21,990 Astra

ASTRA ARRIVAL: Multi-award winning Opel Astra arrives here in December sporting a Holden badge and high hopes of boosting the brand as local manufacturing winds up.

European Car of the Year a key Holden model

Cliff Richard to release 101st album

Sir Cliff Richard's album cover

Sir Cliff Richard is to release his 101st album

Kim Kardashian West attacked by man trying to kiss her bottom

Vitalii Sediuk targeted Gigi Hadid last week

Madonna poses naked in solidarity with Katy Perry

Madonna posted her own nude selfie on Instagram

$40million hotel, shops development project for Mackay

Mt Pleasant hotel and retirement accommodation, proposed at 194-202 Malcomson St.

$40m development to take Mackay to 'the next level'

Property 200m from ocean selling for just over $100K

BEACHCOMBER PARK: Work has started on a new $19.2 million development at Toogoom.

The estate's developer is offering huge discounts for early buyers.

UPDATE: Former rodeo champ's sale rained out, now back on

Larkhill local Ken Consiglio is having an auction of most of the things on his property.

'People kept showing up and we had to turn them away'

First stages of $25 million housing development underway

New development on Madsen Rd - The Springs.

The blocks of land are much bigger than usual

Couple build their own 'tiny house' for $45k

Holly Bowen and Oli Bucher built their "tiny house" themselves, only hiring a plumber and an electrician. Photo/supplied

The house, which is built on a trailer and can be towed.

Rocky proves prime real estate in latest REIQ report

Kas Woch sold this Wood St home in Depot Hill for $107,000 in August.

A new investor's market as Rocky house prices hit lowest in state

Mining contract firm expands to Papua New Guinea and WA

CQ Field Mining general manager Dean Scott (right) and his staff at Paget (from left) Danny Chrzanowski, Liam Keighran, Jason Holt, Julie Hope, Kirsty Head, Sara Aston and Sharon McLean.

Almost 100 applicants as expansion opens new job opportunities

Female only job listing rubs men up the wrong way

The ad on Seek.

Comments on social media suggest the ad is "sexist”.

$70b opportunity to make us $3000 a year better off

Report reveals potential to power Australia's biggest employers

Father willing to do anything to work

DESPERATE: Maryborough concreter Andrew Roberts is searching for a job ... any job. He is pictured here with April, Isabella and partner Jaime-Lee Henningsen.

Andrew Roberts is just one example of the Fraser Coast's crisis

REVEALED: Queensland's fuel theft hotspots

The number of petrol theft cases in Queensland is on the increase

Cattle injured in truck rollover near meatworks

A truck carrying cattle has rolled near the Teys meatworks on Lakes Creek Road.

Truck rolls over, some cattle injured

Infiniti QX30 all-wheel-drive SUV road test and review

ALL-PAW PREMIUM: Why be a sheep? If you fancy a premium all-wheel-drive small SUV alternative to your Germans, Infiniti offers its attractive QX30. But should you buy one?

Stylish crossover a break from the norm

All-new Volkswagen Tiguan SUV road test and review

Volkswagen’s long-awaited Tiguan SUV update is bigger, bolder and blingier than its predecessor

All-new mid-size SUV ready to boost VW sales

Holden reveals all-new Equinox SUV is Australia bound

COMING SOON: Chevrolet reveals its global Equinox SUV model and Holden quickly confirms we'll be seeing it in Australia in 2017.

2017 arrival for Captiva replacement

WATCH: How to get a council to fix your road

New South Wales farmer Kate Broughton standing on a road that use to be able to handle a school bus but is barely used these days due to the condition of the road and lack of maintenance and repair.

Farming family uses video submission to get council to fix road